Tuesday, July 31, 2007

spam used to be so much more inventive

People who I have received an e-greeting card from in the last week:

- a friend
- a school friend
- a school-mate
- a class-mate
- a lover
- a neighbour
- a church friend
- a worshipper
- a partner
- a college friend
- a child-hood friend

People who I have not received an e-greeting card from in the last week:

- a cellmate
- a deep-sea fisherman
- a bitchy girl from 9th grade English
- a Pope
- a running back for the Saskatchewan Roughriders
- a migrant farm worker
- a Pacey Witter
- a deposed Communist dictator
- a Slytherin
- a local CBS news affiliate weatherman

If this whole "career in history" thing doesn't pan out, I will have no trouble finding work as an overly imaginative spammer.


I-66 said...

You have received an e-greeting card from an unnecessary hyphen.

I love that TJHSST is the domain for the initial result of that google search, Annandale's own Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. I'll let you guess what an applicable nickname for that school was.

Kristin said...

Wow, you're popular.

Eric said...

At least it was Neighbour with a U. That's sort of imaginative. Perhaps they mean are neighbors to the north in Canada, or prehaps someone in England.